T20 WC: Why didn’t Jimmy Neesham celebrate after winning? Now this big reason has come to the fore: james neesham’s viral celebration photo you don’t come to the other side of the world just to win tspo semifinals


History highlights

  • The Kiwi team reached the final after defeating England
  • Neesham played a 27-run fast inning

There have been very few occasions on the cricket field where no player from the winning team has expressed their happiness. Something similar was seen on Wednesday after the semi-final match between England and New Zealand. All-rounder Jimmy Neesham did not celebrate after the New Zealand team’s victory in that match.

Neesham played a major role in New Zealand’s victory by contributing 27 stormy runs on 11 balls. After achieving the victory, a photo of Neesham went viral, in which he was seen sitting calmly in a corner. Now Neesham has said a lot about not celebrating. This kiwi off-roader believes that he will express his feelings openly only after winning the final match.

Neesham told ‘New Zealand Cricket’: ‘I understand it was an occasion to celebrate, but you don’t travel half the world just to win the semi-finals. Our eyes are on the final match to be played a few days later. I personally and as a team do not look much to the future. I am sure that if we can win the final match, we will be able to express our feelings more openly.

New Zealand is one of the most consistent teams in world cricket and especially at ICC events. Neesham said the team’s strong plan is the reason for its consistency. Neesham said, ‘Look, I think we have to experience it. We have done consistently well in the tournament for the last five or six years. We know how to move forward leaving victory or defeat behind.

Neesham said: ‘Our strategies are very good. We focus on everything from player selection to match planning. Also, we have a very solid strategy. All those strategies will be implemented in the coming days. I think tomorrow we will evaluate the strategies again during practice.

Speaking of his game-winning partnership with starter Daryl Mitchell, Neesham said his plan was to hit a six on each ball. Neesham said: ‘When I hit a six on Chris Jordan’s second ball, Daz (Daryl Mitchell) came in and said what do you think? I just said I’m going to try to hit a six on each ball.


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